Have you ever wanted to buy a restaurant?
If you’re in the market to create a brand new concept that’s all your own or take over a successful, tried and true operation that’s just looking for a new owner, you might be surprised to find a plethora of resto-for-sale listings on MLS.
Here’s a few exciting ones that we stumbled upon during a casual search of www.realtor.ca.
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If you have $99,900 to spend on a business, you might be interested in the Fusion Flame restaurant on Clark Blvd. According to MLS, the resto is located in a bustling area and is walking distance from the Rogers head office, Coca Cola and other businesses. The establishment is known for takeout and catering and boasts a spacious kitchen with two 10 foot hoods, a walk-in cooler/freezer, seating for 40 people and ample parking.
This resto could be yours for $99,000. According to MLS, the restaurant is established (meaning you have built-in clientele, so you can hit the ground running) and located in a busy plaza with ample parking. The space boasts a spacious dining room and “well-equipped kitchen.” Although the restaurant currently serves Vietnamese cuisine, the new owner is welcome to change the concept.
This well-established Main Street Chinese and Caribbean restaurant costs $115,000 and is located in a busy plaza. All appliances are included in the purchase price and the resto offers both takeout and dine-in service. It can seat 34 diners and offers spacious washrooms and ample parking.
If you have $169,000 to spend on a business, you might want to look into purchasing Golden Star Chinese Food on Lisa Street. According to MLS, the upscale fusion restaurant can be converted to a Japanese, Indian, hakka, Thai or other establishment. As of now, the resto boasts loyal clientele and a busy location.
If you have $329,786 to spend, you can be the proud new owner of a Hero Certified Burger location (that serves halal dishes) on Hurontario near Bovaird. According to the listing, the location is well-established with increasing sales. In terms of location, it’s definitely in a busy and bustling area, so there may be loyal clientele to look forward to.
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